A summary of my travels in 2016 and chalking out the itinerary for 2017
2016 was a great year for me travel wise, from the salubrious climes of Scotland to beaches of Goa, my passport and bags did a lot of heavy lifting. I have to plan my travels around my children’s school and academic calendar. I really marvel at the mom’s who manage to travel round the year, maybe I will be able to do it once the kid’s fly from the nest ! Continue reading “2016 Travel Recap and ‘To Come’ in 2017”
Our big beautiful country offers us opportunities to indulge in quite a few adrenaline pumping adventures ! We are blessed with rivers, mountains, jungles and so much more, we just have to look beyond the regular touristy things to savour them. I have tried a lot of adventure sports all over the country and am recommending the ones I have personally done as you can see from the pics and not simply by googling 🙂 Continue reading “Adventure Sports in India”
DISCLAIMER – ‘I’m chronicling my roadtrip adventure for CEAT Tyres in association with BlogAdda.’
Of all the peregrinations we have undertaken across the length and breadth of India, the road trip across Ladakh remains close to my heart. I knew this trip would be tougher and rougher especially with my little one but along with all the apprehensions, I was full of beans thinking of the adventures we would have on this epic trip !! This post is a recount of all the passes we crossed on this road trip. Continue reading “Road Trippin across the highest passes in the world !”
Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller – Ibn Battuta
What can I tell about Ladakh that has not been told already !! There are scores of blogs, travel stories which will tell you the do’s and don’s about traveling to Ladakh, all I can tell is MY story, as I indeed become more of a storyteller than a traveler with each journey I undertake. Continue reading “Exploring Ladakh beyond Leh – Part 1”
All the landmarks to revel in on a boat ride across the River Thames.
Will it be an exaggeration if I said Thames is the lifeline of London ? No, I guess not ! Thames is to London what Ganges is to India.
“TWENTY bridges from Tower to Kew – Wanted to know what the River knew, Twenty Bridges or twenty-two, For they were young, and the Thames was old And this is the tale that River told:” ― Rudyard Kipling
10 gorgeous places outside India that can fit into every budget conscious traveler’s itinerary.
Travel has become an indispensable part of our lives. Be it to unwind, to take a break from the hectic schedules, to do some soul searching or see the world other than our own; the fact is that your passport is the key to the wonderland that you find yourself peeping through often ! Maybe it’s time to look beyond the enticing pictures on Instagram and head to these destinations for the much needed R & R. Continue reading “Budget Conscious Traveler’s Top 10 List !”
My journey of visiting birth and work places of great English authors and poets across England.
You don’t have to be a bibliophile to know the literary giants of English language hailing from England ! Names like Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Geoffrey Chaucer, Keats, Milton, Wordsworth, Tolkien are part of our lives in the form of movies, poems, plays, books and so much more. And if you happen to be a bookworm like me and devour English classics then a trip to England is like a literary pilgrimage. Continue reading “My Literary England”
Soak yourself in this Georgian city to feel the pulse of true England !
I visited many places during my trip to England and loved everything about this country but a few places left a lasting impression and I am sure I will be back there sometime to relive the experience, probably in spring/summer. On top of the list is the spa town ‘City of Bath’. This UNESCO World Heritage city replete with gorgeously imposing Georgian architecture is roughly 156 km from London and is easily accessible by trains / coach buses. Continue reading “A day in ‘City of Bath’”
A DIY guide to enjoying the Universal Studio in Singapore to the fullest without missing out the good things !
No trip to Singapore is complete without enjoying a day at Universal Studio, that is my firm opinion 🙂 .
Universal Studio is inside Sentosa Island but you need a full day to enjoy Universal and it has a separate ticket, not part of Sentosa entry ticket. Please don’t lump Universal trip on the same day as Sentosa if you want to enjoy full value for your money, as we Indians like to call it “Paisa Wasool” ! Continue reading “Guide to Universal Studio, Singapore”